January 21, 2019 – At the start of a new year KORR announces it’s latest product launch: “Metabolic Meal Plan.” To help customers who practice RMR testing in their facilities, this app helps them get the most out of metabolic testing. More than a calorie counter – it gives you the ability to implement, manage […]
KORR is excited about great things to come in 2019, including a lot of awesome trade shows. Be sure to stop by and see us! APTA//CSM January 23-26 Washington, DC Booth #744 Join over 12,000 innovative and dedicated professionals in downtown Washington, DC, for the largest physical therapy conference in the country. With programming designed […]
Be sure to tune in to our latest webinar: Harness the Power of VO2 Max Real science + real results for your clients and your business. Miss the webinar? Click below to watch it! This informative and interactive webinar hosted by Kirsty Dunne, (fitness guru, Adidas brand ambassador), was presented specifically for independent fitness professionals and […]
A few weeks ago, Club Solutions held an exclusive interview with La Crosse Wellness Center, a KORR customer located in La Crosse Wisconsin, to discover the benefits of metabolic testing in a wellness facility. After outstanding success with the CardioCoach, MetaCheck and CardioCoach app, they had a lot of great experience to share. Their greatest […]
While V02 Max tests are equally necessary for males and females alike, this article from Men’s Health focuses on why men in particular should get a V02 Max test as the ultimate measure of aerobic physical fitness.
One of KORR’s customers, XFitLab, has utilized VO2 Max testing to become one of the integral parts of the “biomarker boom.” This term encompasses the concept that measurements go way beyond weight on the scale, and is driving workout programming in interesting, innovative ways. These biomarker tracking points include learning one’s percentage of body fat, skeletal muscle mass, V02 Max, basal metabolic rate, and anaerobic threshold. See how VO2 Max has made its mark by being one of the key points to modern day fitness programming.
Wearable technology coupled with numerous apps allow us to take charge of our lives as we seek augmented health and athleticism. But just how inaccurate are these little devices? Is there a way to make better use of our fitness trackers?